Beasty, Colin
December 2007
CRM Magazine;Dec2007, Vol. 11 Issue 12, p41
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the decision of CPI USA to use the accounting and reporting capabilities of on-demand business software provider NetSuite. CPI USA, a subsidiary of the CPI Group, selected NetSuite because it needed a system in order to get a real-time view of its parent company's factory operations and to give its dealers a competitive edge, according to Johnny Tai, administration manager of CPI USA.


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